"The 33"-Road Bike Racing - Sti levers on Ritchey bars
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11-06-09, 07:59 PM
which of the 2 is a better position for the levers? I used the straightedge as a reference point.
Thanks in advance.
11-06-09, 08:02 PM
I would say position 1, but go with whichever is more comfortable.
11-06-09, 08:10 PM
I'm closer to position 1.
11-06-09, 08:21 PM
position 1 was as flat as i could get the transition from the lever to the bar to be. i'll mess around more and see how flat i can get that transitions. now that i think of it, i think i can use some old tape and a trainer to see how the different positions feel.
11-06-09, 08:23 PM
its be a bit easier if both your pics were horizontal, but 1 looks much better.
11-06-09, 08:27 PM
this is postion 1
11-06-09, 08:30 PM
off topic but, how tall are you???:eek:
11-06-09, 10:06 PM
6'3" last time i measured
11-07-09, 01:09 AM
I like 1 more, but I would still lower them a little bit.
11-07-09, 06:17 PM
after some research, i'm going with it a tad lower than position 1. should be done pretty soon
11-07-09, 09:46 PM
Haha, called it.
11-08-09, 01:06 PM
Don't forget to check on your ability to shift from the drops while out of the saddle. Has a lot to do with position of levers on bars, as well as bar rotation.
11-11-09, 08:39 PM
did a trainer session with it, and i think i'm actually going to switch bars. those are 44cm and just felt too wide. gonna try 41cm classic drops and 42cm compact drops.
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